Someone in the store set my camera to the highest resolution which was great. I have not reset it to a lower res but it IS at a lower res now. Don't know why. Maybe it reset when I changed the batteries. Not sure. Now I can't remember how to set it back to higher res. Can you help me. Thanks. email@example.com
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Re: setting resolution on s5000 digital camera
It did likely re-set to lower resolution when the batteries were changed. To set it where you want, press the "F" button when in shooting mode. You'll see the options, one of which is for image size/quality.
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If you have a large Gb card and you have set your camera to the lowest resolution, 9999 is the highest the available frame count will go up to. You may well be able to shot more images than 9999 on low resolution. Try setting the camera to the highest resolution and see if the available no. of shots changes. You should also note that the available no. of shots left is only an approximation.
The dpi is not really a camera setting. The camera should usually be set to the highest resolution possible (4000x3000). This capture size would give a print size of approx 13"x10" at 300dpi. That would be considered a high resolution print. If you were printing at "normal" print resolution you could double that print size.
All cameras have multiple settings for picture quality. For example if you email a lot of pictures select a lower resolution. If you have "poster" size prints made select the highest resolution you camera will do. Go into your cameras set up and select the highest resolution you have. should be about 12MP. You have a high quality print with that.
There a couple of things you can try 1) Format the card in the camera and try it again. 2) replace the memory card
If neither of those solutions help , and if hyou have not changed the settings in the camera (such as increasing the picture resolution), then the camera has a problem and must be repaired. If your question has been answered, be sure to rate my solution. Thanks!
e sure the quality setting is the highest - 7 megapixels. Otherwise, why buy a 7MP if you shoot at 3MP. The Canon 750 seems to have excellent picture quality where the Olympus has soft focusing (reviews at C-net).
Hey TiffanyJane, There is no way to change the dpi on a digital camera. What you need to do is set the camera to its highest resolution which is 3264x2448 pixels, and this is referred to as large in your camera. Large resolution should provide prints of high quality up to 11.7x16.5 inches, and should also be able to print to 300dpi. Instructions on how to set your camera to this setting are on page 69 of your camera manual. If you no longer have your manual I have provided a link below to a PDF download of it. I hope this helps! http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=SupportDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=225&modelid=15672#DownloadDetailAct Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
I am not positive if this is what you are looking for, but if you use the menu button on bottom right corner of back of camera you can change the settings for the picture resolution and the fineness of the stored images. If you set this and it still will not take the change, suggest removing the memory card and then turn camera on, use menu button and the go to reset and tell it yes. Then set all the settings the way you want and try it. Dont forget to set the time and date after resetting camera.